You’ve arrived at A Tour Through Crochet Country! During March 2013, Crochetville is hosting a daily designer blog tour in celebration of National Crochet Month. Each day, we visit the blogs of one or two crochet designers, who share something with us — a free crochet pattern or tutorial, a peek into their studio or a-day-in-the-life, a coupon code, or something else special. Join us each day for a new surprise!
On our 18th day of A Tour through Crochet Country, we’re visiting Rhonda Davis and Tammy Hildebrand for CGOA.
[button link=”http://thisiscrochet.com/blog”]Today’s Stop 1: Visit Rhonda Davis[/button]
Rhonda Davis is a woman who knows fashion, as you’ll see if you visit her Pinterest boards, and she uses her eye for style to create beautiful crochet designs. Rhonda, also known as TurquoizBlue, loves to design crochet fashion, accessories, and home decor. In 2009, her VictoriAfrikana Footstool won 3rd place in the Home Decor category of the Crochet Guild of America Design Contest. Also in 2009, she wrote an article about her five favorite sites for free crochet patterns (which included Crochetville!) for the magazine First For Women (December 7, 2009). On her blog at This Is Crochet, Rhonda has been following along throughout A Tour Through Crochet Country, and today is her day!
The small flowers scattered over the borders of the Fluerette Scarf give it a unique and beautiful texture.
The little mirrors in these Looking Glass Curtains would add a pretty touch of sparkle to the bathroom, bedroom, or kitchen.
[button link=”http://cgoanow.blogspot.com/”]Today’s Stop 2: Visit Tammy Hildebrand for CGOA[/button]
We visited with Tammy Hildebrand earlier this month, but today she is blogging for CGOA Now!, The Official Blog of the Crochet Guild of America. Tammy is Vice President of CGOA this year. Previously she served as CGOA’s Mentor Coordinator and Chair of the Professional Development Committee. Today, on CGOA Now!, she is writing about how CGOA can help you with your professional development.
See You Again Tomorrow!
I hope you enjoyed today’s stops visiting with Rhonda Davis and Tammy Hildebrand for CGOA. Please come join us again tomorrow when we’ll visit with Julie Oparka and Cari Clement for CGOA.
Remember Project Night Night & CGOA
We would love your support for our blog tour charity, Project Night Night, which donates comforting nighttime packages to homeless children. You can help by making and sending new crocheted blankets (50” x 60” or smaller) and/or making a financial donation. If you contribute, won’t you please use our form to help us keep a blog-tour tally?
Our blog tour is also promoting another non-profit, the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA). All designers participating in the tour are Professional or Associate Professional members of the CGOA. If you’re not a member yet, there are so many reasons to join!
Our Little Giveaway: Autographed Pattern Postcard
Each day of A Tour Through Crochet Country, we’ll be giving away two promo postcards, one to each of two winners. These are only available at our 2013 consumer show booths, and will be autographed by both of us, Amy Shelton and Donna Hulka, co-owners of Crochetville! The postcard includes Amy Shelton’s exclusive X Marks the Spot scarf pattern.
To enter, please leave a comment below answering this question: Do you crochet mostly for yourself, for gifts, for charity, or another purpose?
The fine print: Must be 13 or older to enter. Entries must be received by 12:00 midnight Pacific time on the date of this post. Winners will be selected by random drawing and notified by email the following day. Void where prohibited by law.
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7 thoughts on “March 18: A Tour through Crochet Country”
Mostly for others…no special reason,I enjoy making others happy.Last year I did make scarves for Special Olympics,this year Granny Squares for Yarn Bombing Los Angelos.
I crochet mostly for others. I have 2 DDs and a large family so they’ve gotten alot, but crocheting for charity is what I’ve been doing lately.
I already have a postcard, smile, still enjoying the crochet tour. I crochet for my children, family, myself and charity.
I mostly crochet items to give as gifts. It makes me happy 🙂
Received my postcard. Thank you Donna and Amy VERY much. I really love it.
I crochet for myself, friends, and family. I am a giver. I love to share what I make with my hands!
I mostly crochet for others.